Incredibles 2 comes home

While Incredibles 2 is currently available through digital means, the physical copies will be available for fans to purchase on November 6, 2018. The bonus features may vary by retailer.  There are a few shorts that are exclusively solely to the digital copy.  If you purchase the physical media, you can still watch by registering the code on Movies Anywhere. BONUS FEATURES (may vary by retailer) Digital Exclusives: The Coolest Guy in Show Business –…

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Sicario: Day of the Soldado needed Emily Blunt

It’s not that Sicario: Day of the Soldado is a lot of movie without exposition but that the film really lacks the presence of Emily Blunt. Blunt’s character, as you may recall, was forced to sign paperwork at the end of the first film.  It makes perfect sense as to why her character, Kate Mercer, isn’t returning but it hurts the film.  The only two women with any kind of prominence in Taylor Sheridan’s screenplay…

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The Incredibles 2 May Be The Best Pixar Sequel

Taking place almost immediately after the first film, The Incredibles 2 may just be the best Pixar sequel ever. When The Incredibles first came out in November 2004, the superhero genre was not as saturated as it is now.  To bring the family of superheroes back some fourteen years later meant that writer-director Brad Bird had to deliver, what with the current market being what it is.  This is a good problem to have.  It…

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Get Out is a Psychological Thriller, not a Comedy

Get Out, written and directed by Jordan Peele, is not a comedy but a psychological thriller that–if anything–delves into satirical territory. The whatever-genre-film-it-is stars Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, Stephen Root, Lakeith Stanfield and Catherine Keener.  The film kicked off a hell of a year for Caleb Landry Jones, who can also be seen in American Made; The Florida Project; Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri; and a few episodes of Twin…

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